Here at SCK we are big Sumikko Gurashi fans and I would like to share their latest fun activities with you including games and crafts.
Sumikko Gurashi Games
Sumikko Farm is quite similar to the Rilakkuma Farm game. It’s a classical farm game, but the cute Sumikko Gurashi characters really make it worth playing. In the game you’ll build a farm, including buildings such as the Cow Barn and Chicken Coop. You can earn coins and gems by selling your products (through orders), which helps you to expand your farm further. It’s a game that you can play for about 5-10 minutes at a time, which makes it great to use during breaks. The Sumikko Farm game is a free download for Apple and Android – get it from the App Store or Google Play.
Sumikko Catch is the third electronic game from Takara Tomy about Sumikko Gurashi. The aim is to catch as many Sumikko characters as you can, until your entire collection is complete. Included are three coloured sticks that you insert into the device to help catch a character. Fuzzy N Chic does a great job at showing how this game works, so do check out her Youtube video. You can buy Sumikko Catch at Japan You Want (JP) and HLJ (JP).
Sumikko Gurashi Crafts
The new Sumikko Gurashi Amigurumi Scrubbers book contains 96 pages with cute knitting/crochet projects. It contains patterns for pan scrubs, a Shirokuma cleaning glove, Sumikko slippers and more. The book is available from Etsy user Pomadour24 (JP) and CD Japan (JP).
At jmART you can find various free Sumikko Gurashi amigurumi crochet patterns with the main characters.
If you prefer sewing over crocheting, you should have a look at the DIY Sumikko Gurashi Tokage plushie from LeisureDIY. It comes with a free pattern.
Chelsey DIY shows you how to make a dango squishy, Sumikko Gurashi Tapioca style. You’ll need magic foam balls (from eBay), some glue and paint to complete this cute project.
If you’re looking for more ideas, do hop over to Andi’s Kawaii Sumikko Gurashi Crafts post.
Natasja‘s love for kawaii things was sparked by Sanrio characters and Candy Candy in her youth. Natasja lives in the Netherlands with her husband and works as a freelance web designer. She likes to spend her free time browsing for cute stuff, blogging and reading.